In a country torn by war and armed conflict, with no apparent end, we see the story of a young 13-year-old. Despite widespread silence imposed by armed groups in Colombia, he has recovered his voice through rap and the use of video.
His story is one of many where violence and fear leaves little choice but to seek shelter in big cities, only to find themselves continually marginalized. He describes how their basic needs are rarely met and how they become victims of discrimination, lack of opportunities, and in many cases the same violence that displaced them in the first place.
With the support of the MADRE sister organization Taller de Vida, he has been able to tell his story and "rap at fear" as a way to confront the irregular armed “social cleansing” groups that continue to enforce their control in the outskirts of the city of Bogotá.
And he's still rapping: